73,577 step Home Design Photos

Kaufman Segal Design
10 Reviews
East Lakeview Residence
go, realizing that a chair will look different under your 8-foot ceilings than it did under 20-foot ceilings at the store.If you have followed these steps, don’t worry about that initial “OMG, what have I done?” reaction. It will pass. I promise.Readers: Did you ever freak out after a new piece of furniture
“Chair” — aneethadesilva
Northern VA Landscape Architect & Designer
Best of Houzz 2013 & 2014
Since 1999, we have worked with homeowners to develop truly unique and distinctive outdoor living spaces. We specialize in upscale poolscapes, hardscapes and landscapes.
Neolithic Design LA
Dana Point 0423
STEP 5: Lay a wow-factor table settingLet your table do the talking with a few inexpensive buys such as these.Place cards. An easy way to add a personalised touch is to lay handwritten place cards on the table, or simply tie a gift tag with the guest’s name to each wine glass.Tablecloth. Garden party
“Wow” — zorc
Filmore Clark
4 Reviews
Pratt Larson Bath
Colorful grout is pretty common, but this shower stall takes it a few steps further: Slivers of the vertical tile that makes up the rounded columns separate the subway tiles for a grid of staggered colors.
“Random way to inc color” — designer1959
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
San Antonio, TX: Chris Berry & Paige Blend
First steps: Interview and choose a real estate agent.Assess your property — not just the value but also what could be done to the interior or exterior to appeal
“pitch with flat” — Vicki Burnett
Nicole Lanteri, On My Agenda LLC
19 Reviews
Interior Designer's Home Office
clippings, photos and fabric samples on Lanteri's inspiration board. "My studio is a bit of a mess, but that's honestly how I like it," she says. Next: Step inside more inspiring homes
“Photo board above desk” — missbarlow123
C O N T E N T Architecture
Houston Loft
Take a step back when organizing accessories. Bring some order to your bookshelves. No, this doesn't mean everything has to be all in a row. But consider the shape
“Lighting” — mattmcdaia
Contemporary Living Room
size of the base), there are many questions that come into play, like:• How tall is the ceiling?• Will the crown be convex or concave? • Will the crown step up and out from, say, a picture rail?Given these variables, sizing a crown isn't as straightforward as you might think. I like to purchase foot-long
“Cabinets” — psaycock
Concepts By Gavin Hepper
Tarrawanna Kitchen Project
2. Personality plus (Tarrawanna, NSW)Here is proof that a compact kitchen can have loads of personality – the restrained use of a daring blue and stepped lighting add colour and texture, establishing the bold identity of this small space.
“this is fun!” — devomi63
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